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Introduction of aptpod's technologies


What is intdash?

intdash is a bidirectional data transmission platform that streams time-series data, which is generated with high frequency or at an interval of 100 ms to 1 s, via a network whose quality is not guaranteed, at high speed, in large quantity, and with high stability. intdash is also the generic name of products and services that form a platform (brand name) and stands for INTeractive DAta Streaming Hub.

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Published: 28th June, 2018


Use cases of intdash

aptpod assumes that following use cases as scenes where intdash products are used. This chapter explains each of the use cases that are realized by using intdash products.

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Issues intdash works on

intdash is designed to transfer high-frequency data using networks whose quality is not guaranteed, such as mobile lines and internet lines. This chapter clarifies problems that can occur on a network without quality guaranteed or because the data is high in frequency.

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Functional outline of intdash

intdash products are equipped with the following functions to solve the problems mentioned in the preceding chapters. This chapter outlines the functions intdash implements.

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iSCP (intdash Stream Control Protocol)

iSCP (intdash Stream Control Protocol) is a protocol that aptpod originally developed and that is used for internal communication of modules to realize each function of intdash. iSCP is used for data streaming between a relay broker of streaming data and the module of an edge device to deliver the main functions of intdash, such as complete collection, efficient transmission, and flow control.

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Published: 28th June, 2018